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Under the title "Telling the GDR...", the Research Network Dictatorship and Transformation invites you to its third citizens' forum on Saturday, 16 July. It will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Andreasstraße Memorial and Educational Centre.

The 102nd Katholikentag ended in Stuttgart at the weekend. Around 27,000 people were there. In 2018, there were three times as many.

The ecclesiastical and social contexts have been changing massively for some time. A recently published anthology deals with the new perspectives this opens up for liturgical studies. The editors Benedikt Kranemann, Professor of Liturgical Studies at…

The study day "Out in Church", to which the Faculty of Catholic Theology at the University of Erfurt invited participants in May, met with a great response.

"Liturgie, Bibel und Transformation in der Kirche" (Liturgy, Bible and Transformation in the Church) is the title of a conference to which the professorship for liturgical studies at the Faculty of Catholic Theology at the University of Erfurt…

In the summer semester of 2022, the series "Women of the Church - Church of Women" will again feature women working in various church appointments who will provide insights into their everyday work. The series is organized by the Women's Advancement…

The research network "Dictatorship Experience and Transformation" (Forschungsverbund Diktaturerfahrung und Transformation, DuT) invites you to a reading by Annett Gröschner entitled "The Smell of Dictatorship" on 17 May. It begins at 6 pm in "Haus…

The research network "Dictatorship Experience and Transformation" (Diktaturerfahrung und Transformation, DuT) invites you to another digital event as part of its colloquium in the summer semester 2022 at the University of Erfurt on 5 May. PD Dr Nina…